My divorce agreement states: "The horse owned by the parties shall be owned by my ex-wife. I shall maintain the horse at the Martial Home (I live there, she lives in a new house) and shall pay all costs associated with boarding (including food and shoeing) through summer 2012. The horse shall be sold by Sept 2013. If the horse is not sold by the time I sell the marital home, the cost of the horse boarding shall be split between the parties 50/50." I put my house up for sale as it said to in our agreement. My house is NOT sold. I was happy to board the horse, however my ex-wife decided to move the horse early in July 2013. And now she is asking me to pay for the boarding 50/50 at a expensive sale barn for July & Aug, and pay for all shoeing and tons of vet bills to top it off. Do I have to?
Divorce is the process of formally ending a marriage. Divorces may be jointly agreed upon, resolved by negotiation, or decided in court.
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by attorney Todd Cole
You've made one of the hardest decisions of your life --- to file for divorce. You are probably feeling sad, angry, and a little confused. What... more